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Quantum Computing will change everything. Unclear quite how; unclear quite when. This is a group for those who want to understand the business implications. We will NOT get down and dirty with the tech, though we welcome engagement from those people who are in the details, as in this nascent stage, you're the ones with the best idea as to what the changes will be...

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Quantum London - MeetUp #2

Momentum is growing. Come along is you're free on the 19th of June!

So #1 was a classic first meetup - diverse group of people, starting with an unstructured, uninformed set of thoughts and rapidly...…

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CB Insights Quantum Primer

While I am frustrated at the implication that ANY computer might be able to simulate the Earth's climate changes (or any other complex,...

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HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE

From The Economist

Quantum computers may eventually crunch through currently unapproachable problems, improving the transmission of electric power or the...…

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Quantum in insurance

Following rapidly on the heels of Monday's #Quantum #London discussion...

(With thanks to Craig Polley for sharing)

Willis Towers Watson sees potential to transform risk quantification and make the insurance value chain more efficient. "Current...…

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Can we make quantum technology work?

Can we make quantum technology work? | Leo Kouwenhoven | TEDxAmsterdam - Nov 2015

Leo Kouwenhoven is a professor of physics at TU Delft. His team at the QU Tech Lab designs experiments to place electrons in...…

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"The dawn of quantum technology"

Simon Benjamin (Oxford) gives an broad overview of quantum technology (Feb 2016)

#tomorrowtech

Thirty years ago, an untapped potential in nature was revealed by an Oxford-based theoretical physicist called David Deutsch. He showed...…

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A government discussion point since 2013

So, how many people know the details of the "UK national quantum technology programme"?

At first, UK industry will produce devices for niche applications in defence, secure communications, information technology and oil and...…

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The "quantum winter"

A well-penned piece that anyone starting to engage in the quantum realm (sorry, Marvel fans, I couldn't resist) should read and re-read...

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First Quantum London meeting - 20th May

Join us on 20 May between Bank and Cannon Street for the start of something exciting...

No agenda, no preparation, no clique inner circle, just free flowing discussion.

Qubit Counter

The natural way to start the Quantum London passle page has to be with a link to the Qubit Counter. Currently standing at 128 in...

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